Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Farmhouse in the City

Alana and I took our girls to the grand opening of a new business in our town, Farmhouse in the City. It's a little place that has small animals and arts and crafts. The girls had fun and Liesie really loved the ferrets (good girl).
Making a windsock
Chickens
Bunny love
Checking out the magic wands
Loving the boas!
A shot of the fairy party room
A cool giraffe carving

Ferrets!

7 comments:

Marchet Butler said...

Cute! That would be a fun little trip for our family sometime too. Love the black and white pics!

Jamie said...

I was channeling my inner Marchet. I saw the light and thought B&W would be the best way to highlight it.

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